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The architect of Berlin’s James-Simon-Galerie responds to Adam Sharr’s article on the Museum Island
Indisputable Genius: Frank Gehry RetrospectiveSubscription
Two Frank Gehry exhibitions in Paris look back at 50 years of his work and make for slick PR presentations - but we will have to wait for a less polished and more probing legacy
Currently being exhibited at the Science Museum, these pictures may not be architectural photography in any sense of the phrase - but their importance in our consideration of the field of architecture is major
Alan Powers’ two-part historical essay reveals World War One’s repercussion on the maturation of Modernism and encourages us to re-evaluate, a century later, both the Modernist canon and its impact on British architecture
Cataloguing the strategies of an otherwise unaccountable global order, Extrastatecraft traces the consequences of our material and immaterial infrastructural spaces
Will Wiles' Way Inn: is there a way out?Subscription
Wiles’ decision to construct his narrative upon a direct reflection of the contemporary world makes for a very powerful and architecturally-compelling commentary on the alienating habitat we live in
As architecture can rarely truly grasp the notion of absence, memorial culture lapses into comforting banality
Celebrating its 10-year anniversary, the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa presents two bold curatorial challenges
'All Change!' is an apt metaphor for a continent that, like Lagos itself, is in an exhilarating state of fluxSubscription
Lesley Lokko: is it possible that by embracing change rather than resisting it, we might produce an African idiom/praxis?
Urban renewal in South Africa intersects with the legacy of apartheid